Here are the HD Street 750 Specs from the HD India website:
749 CC LIQUID COOLED REVOLUTION X™ ENGINE
6 SPEED TRANSMISSION
2 INTO 1 EXHAUST
MID MOUNT CONTROLS
EASY LOCK TO LOCK SWEEP
SINGLE CALIPER DISC BRAKES
SPECIALLY TUNED SUSPENSION
2 UP SEAT WITH PASSENGER PEGS
METAL TANK AND FENDERS
BULLET TURN SIGNALS AND LED TAIL LIGHT
LOCKING GAS CAP, FORKS, AND IGNITION
V TWIN 60° 4-VALVES PER HEAD
WHEEL SIZE: 17” FRONT, 15” REAR
WEIGHT: 480 LBS (WET)
The indian model costs about 1000$ less than the qouted 7,500$ for the american version.
The price cut has been achieved by fabricating and sourcing most of the parts from within india like the frame or the engine head for example. Even the tyres are MRF while the USA models will have better michellin tyres. But given the type of roads we have here , MRF is prolly a more durable choice compared to the softer compound michellin.
For a price comparision , a kawasaki ninja 300 on road costs 4 lakhs while the street will be touching 5 lakhs in some states. Performance wise as well as build quality , the kawasaki is better though it is considered overpriced by many(a honda cbr 250 costs 1.7 lakh and it has ABS , a KTM 390 single with ABS costs 1.8 so you get the idea). So even though marketed as affordable , the harley street is a pure luxury product when compared to other options here.
its the torque you really want anyways. I'm quite pleased to see that at 2K you have 80% of max torque available, 90% at 3K and then essentially you operate at peak torque or at least 95% of it all the way through to what seems like an 8K redline...
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